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Written by Ankita Narang and based on a true story of child abuse. A thought-provoking and balanced screenplay which keeps you engaged till the end.

Story buildup is slow but once it reaches a takeoff point you will surely appreciate it.

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DIRECTION
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STORY
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SCREENPLAY
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ACTING
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CINEMATOGRAPHY
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SUSPENSE
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PACE
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EDITING
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ART DIRECTION
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DIALOGUES
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MUSIC
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FEEL GOOD
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OVERALL
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NEPOTISM QUOTIENT
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ORIGINALITY QUOTIENT
CONNECTION INDEX
67%
CLIMAX INDEX
75%
SUSPENSE INDEX
70%
  • Kashmira Irani
  • Swarda Thigle
  • Shashi Bhushan
  • Boloram Das
  • Tina Bhatia
  • Akshita Arora
  • Pushkar Mahabal

2 Hours 6 Minutes

POSITIVES

The screenplay, acting, and direction. You can feel the pain that the real victims would have experienced. “Trouble does not differentiate between man and woman”, this dialogue itself reflects the balanced approach of the director and writer.

NEGATIVES

Some scenes can disgust you. Too much use of Marathi language in the initial ten minutes may make you feel that you are watching Marathi Cinema.

WHO SHOULD WATCH THIS

Who likes thought-provoking movies based on real stories.

WHO SHOULDN'T WATCH THIS

Who are impatient and can not wait for buildup.
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